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and supple move- ment. After start- ing her, Kim has taken the now eight-year-old from Training level to Prix St. Georges in 2018. Kim reports Ramora is now schooling the Grand Prix movements and has learned piaffe in just two weeks. She is certain this mare has the talent to make it to Grand Prix. Kim was so happy with the trainability and rideability of this cross that she repeated it three times—one of which was sold at age three to an FEI dressage rider. Ramora, however, is a “keeper” for Kim, who hopes to continue to show her in the small tour in 2019 and perhaps also to breed her. Kim’s story is unique—she’s three for three for three: three


LEFT: CM Ramora CF (Royal Prince x Davignon), ultimately Kim’s third FEI horse, was the top scoring filly at her AHS inspection. RIGHT: Kim and CM Ramora CF at their debut at Prix St. Georges.


self-trained and shown FEI dressage home-breds in the first three years of breeding horses out of three different mare-stal-


lion crosses. Since Kim has been so busy training and show- ing, she has not produced any foals for the past two years. However, as noted above, she plans to keep breeding Hanove- rians, starting again this year. She looks for top Hanoverian bloodlines and a record of achievement in competition in the pedigrees of her breeding stock and their sires. Given Kim’s past record of careful breeding and her achievements produc- ing trainable, rideable and successful dressage mounts, her future as a breeder looks more than promising. v


SPECIAL HANOVERIAN SECTION Warmbloods Today 45


American Hanoverian Society Paws and Rewind


William Alphin


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